FRASER MOUNTAIN MURAL WALK 2020
Fraser Mountain Mural Walk 2020
It’s never been easier to attend an event. With the Fraser Mountain Mural Walk Pass in hand, you’ll have access to exclusive deals, Mural locations, and all happenings throughout the Mural Walk. Sign-up to vote, bid, and get a chance to win a Fraser Mountain Mural Walk t-shirt. No apps to download. Details about the venues, their location, and hours of operation will make it easy for you to enjoy The Fraser Mountain Mural Walk. Redeem your deals and discounts by simply presenting the digital coupon – enjoy!
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Fraser Mountain Mural Walk
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- Sign up to view murals and deals and discounts at nearby businesses
- Check in at all murals and win a T-shirt
- Vote for your favorite mural
Clinton Reynolds’ work mainly consists of complex patterns and geometries in deep layers. He often incorporates eyes into his work, sometimes reflecting scenery in them. He has done Live Painting at concerts and music festivals around the country, as well as being featured several times at Alex Grey’s CoSM. Reynolds resides in Denver but he is not new to the Fraser Valley area. As you are strolling, look for the Ski lift bench he painted in 2018!
Tessa Fuqua is a Denver area artist. Her works include illustration and painting, anamorphic 3D street chalk art, murals, apparel, comics, and stickers. She has done large pieces at Crush Graffiti and Mural Festival, Denver Chalk Art Festival, Via Colori in Houston, Aurora Arts Fest and art works for private clients
Cori Anderson now resides in Denver but grew up in Winter Park. She has reported on Denver's art and culture scene for 303 Magazine, Westword, 5280 and DARIA since 2016. Cori's expertise with everything from graffiti to Impressionism has earned her a place as a top advocate for art and artists in Denver. In addition to advocating for art, Cori expresses her own creativity through writing poetry and painting murals inspired by geometry, graffiti, and the patterns of her Scandinavian ancestors. Cori participated in FMMF last year as well. Welcome home!
Art Partners Jason T Graves and Remington Robinson have created over 80+ murals, many of our most well known works can be found in Denver, Boulder and the surrounding area. Both Jason and Rem are professional artists in their own right.
Fraser Valley Locals Ryan Sasso and Christina Senac have teamed up to do creative work for hideaway park brewery, vertical bistro, Idlewild distillery, & bone-appetite. You can also see their work on ski chairs at Fraser Beer co, and Hernandos.
Sean and Ana Yarbrough are both accomplished painters with differing styles that are complimentary when they collaborate. Sean’s goal as an artist is to stretch the mind of the viewer, & expand their view of the universe & self through abstract, imaginative, beautiful imagery.I n 2018 Sean had a solo show in downtown Denver showcasing over 30 paintings.. Sean and Ana continue to build on and further explore our unique styles, while creating larger collaborative paintings together.
Aiko Szymczak and Corinne Trujillo have completed mural works in Denver, RiNo, Westminster, and Cheyenne Wyoming. Their work is rooted in the throes between chaos and serenity. The mural they are creating they are creating for the Fraser Mountain Mural Walk dives into the concept of nature versus self.
UC Sepia has completed 25 murals in the Denver metro area. She has painted at Colorado Crush for 5 years in a row, as well as at the Fraser Mountain Mural Festival last year.
Robert Carbajal painted a mural for the beautification project with Anthony and the bird seed collective. He has also collaborated with UC Sepia at many festivals: Colorado Crush, Sonicbloom, and Far Out Factory. Welcome to Fraser Robert!
Hector Palacios has been painting since he was in middle school and it has made him who he is now. He wishes to share his passion for art and helping others. Hector’s medium of choice is aerosol; he started as a graffiti writer and eventually got introduced to other types of art. People, nature and his son are his main inspirations. Hector’s main goal is to travel the world and paint rousing murals for communities to admire and be inspired. Hector won the People’s Choice and first place last year at Fraser Mountain Mural Festival.
The Fraser Mountain Mural Festival welcomes Walter Macias for his second year! Walter is an international artist and teacher. He has created many large-scale murals and has appeared at Colorado CRUSH, Colorado Color Con, mural projects for CDOT, youth murals, and more. Walter seeks opportunities to educate and positively impact the world.
Echo Zoyiopoulos teaches art at East Grand High School and is a repeat participant in the Fraser Mountain Mural Fest. Echo has a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Kendall College of Art and Design and a Masters of Arts from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. Echo’s mural for 2020 is Leaving Planet Earth, Via Bicycle! mural will recognize Fraser's funky past and present by depicting the motto, "Leaving Planet Earth." She will also incorporate Outdoor Life and the community's love for mountain biking.
Artist and Middle Park High School teacher Mon McFarlin is planning a mural to celebrate outdoor life in the Fraser Valley, Her design includes a Day -of -the-Dead Sugar Moose Skull with mountain outdoor activity symbols. We can’t wait to see it!
Eagle Flame is a multidisciplinary artist from Denver, CO. He specializes in paintings and murals that explore the connections between symbolism and the psyche by using abstract forms, bold colors, and intricate patterning. His work takes inspiration from the pattern networks present in Islamic art, cathedral architecture, mandalas and street art. The intention of the work is to function as a mirror for the viewer, and let them contemplate their own origin and ending, as their eyes start to piece together the similar elements within themselves and the composition. We may all be on different paths, but it is his belief that every road leads home.
Did you know that Mammoths lived at high altitudes in the Rocky Mountains? Phillip Newson’s mural will depict a herd of mammoths in the Fraser Valley with recognizable features such as Byers Peak in the background. Phillip Newson has been a fine art painter of realistic landscapes and animals for 20 years and has been represented by various fine art galleries in Crested Butte, Evergreen and Denver.. He has also completed numerous indoor murals and is currently completing a series of dinosaur scenes for the Morrison Natural History Museum.
Eric Weatherford is from Decatur, Illinois and has been creating art my entire life.. After winning the Decatur Mural Project in 2017, I created my business, Oddwall Painting, after receiving a high demand for hand painted murals in my area. I have painted nearly 30 murals to date that range in all shapes and sizes, with the largest being well over 3,000sqft. Majority of my work can be found in central Illinois as well as St. Louis, MO and one in Reno, NV.
Jim Salazar is an interdisciplinary Denver based artist with a background in Painting, Design, Mural Making, Instillation, and Mixed Media. His work has been exhibited all throughout Denver, C.h.a.c gallery, Access gallery, and the 40 west Mural festival among other venues. From creating a mural for Denver Public Schools TV to working on a large-scale group collaboration between The Denver Housing Authority and Arts Street. Jim’s mural plans a celebration of the indigenous cultures of this state while highlighting local plant life.
Phyllis Anderson splits her time between Philadelphia and Winter Park. She has a BFA in painting from the University of Texas, and also studied at the Art Students League in New York. In addition to some very large paintings, she has painted murals for an elementary school and private homes. In Colorado, her work has been shown at the Evergreen Arts Center, CORE Art Space outside Denver and RGallery in Boulder.
Trisha Bellefeuille is an acrylic artist. I love to paint realistic art including landscapes, wildlife, portraits, vintage cars/trucks, neorealism. She sometimes dabbles with charcoal and paints traditional tattoo art. Trisha believes art in any form is a release of emotion and is calming for the soul. Trisha’s first solo mural is at the town park pavilion in Hot Sulphur Springs, Co.
The Designosaur has been painting murals in homes and businesses in Colorado for the past several years. She participated in CRUSH Walls and Streetwise Mural Festival in 2019. In addition, she has created murals for the Colorado Mills Mall, Benjamin Moore, and Whole Foods, among others.
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